The Federal Communications Commission last week permanently abolished radio licensing requirements and fees for domestic aircraft radios. FCC last spring temporarily eliminated the requirement, pending final action, for private aircraft owners to register aircraft radio equipment every 10 years and pay a fee of up to $115 per transmitter (BA, April 22/187). The final rule, published in the Nov. 12 Federal Register, is more expansive than the proposal, abolishing the licensing ...

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